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ERP

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Transcript of ERP


Tracking of consignments / Managing it with warehouse operations,

Use of Barcode technologies brings: ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) is an integrated computer-based system used to manage internal and external resources, including tangible assets, financial resources, materials, and human resources. Its purpose is
to facilitate the flow of information between all business functions inside the boundaries of the organization and manage the connections to outside stakeholders. BENEFITS OF ERP Improve alignment of strategies and operations
Improve productivity and insight
Reduce costs through increased flexibility
Improve financial management and corporate governance
Optimize IT spending
Retain top performers
Provide immediate access to enterprise information
Facilitate Day-to-Day Management WSI consider the client's requirement as the foremost asset in the development and implementation of such a software, we fully customize the software according to the business requirements of our clients, hence boosting the system acceptance and provides a practical solution Education and training
Business Analysis to streamline the current processes.
Planning, training and education for the IT Support staff to understand the new hardware, software and network imperatives.
Business Process Redesign (Match business processes with the new software).
Software Modifications only when Business Processes that do not differentiate you in the marketplace are not supported by the software.
Business Simulation (on a department level and a global level).
Go Live - (a phased approach may be indicated based on the amount of change dictated by the new system.)
Implementation Review (Performed after users are competent with the system. The goal is to ask the software user to suggest better ways to use the system.) WHY WSI ? ERP FINANCIALS PURCHASE & PAYABLES CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT (CRM) SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT HR MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS) Logistics Management What is Logistics? Logistics is the . . . “process of planning, implementing, and controlling the efficient, effective flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from point of origin to point of consumption for the purpose of conforming to customer requirements.
1.Logistics supports marketing activities
It brings all items for sale together at one place
It provides a wide mix of products
It makes products available when they are required

2. It adds value by creating time & place utility
Form utility
Possession utility
Time utility
Place utility
Physical distribution performance
Manufacturing support performance cycle
Procurement support performance cycle Customer service
Demand forecasting/planning
Inventory management
Logistics communications
Material handling
Order processing
Packaging
Parts and service support
Traffic and transportation
Supply Management
Warehousing
Reverse Logistics Payroll
General Ledger
Inventory
Purchasing
Check Reconciliation MAJOR LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES 1. General Ledgers G/L Security
Standard Reports 2. Accounting 3. Fixed Assets •Easy Asset Setup
•Asset Tracking
•Depreciation Management
•Reporting Flexibility
•Property Management
•Integration 4. Inter Company Transactions Standard Reports Sales and Receivables 1. RECEIVABLES / EXPORTING / INVOICING
Maintaining Customers
Invoicing
Entering Payment Receipts
Tracking Customer History
Evaluation 2. ORDER MANAGEMENT
Maintaining Customers
Entering and Managing Orders and Invoicing Processing Shipments
Reporting
Support 5. Audit Management •Default charts of accounts.
•Definition of charts of accounts.
•Fiscal year management.
•Budgeting.
•Tax categories.
•Linked accounting.
•Income statements.
•Balance sheets. Audit management oversees the internal/external audit staff, establishes audit programs, and hires and trains the appropriate audit personnel. •Maintain records related to all the offices and branches all over the world.
•Information of all the departments.
•Includes the Dashboard (department-wise/ office-wise/ Role-wise)
•All kind of analysis and reports possible
•Business Analysis
•Business Intelligence Customer Relationship Management SCM is the management of a network of interconnected businesses involved in the ultimate provision of product and service packages required by end customers.

Processes:
•Weighbridge Integration
•Lab Testing
•Customer relationship management •Customer service management
•Demand management
•Order fulfillment
•Inventory Management
•Manufacturing flow management
•Packing Management
•Supplier relationship management
•Product development and commercialization
•Returns management Management Information System Financials HR Management Sales & Receivables Purchase & Payables Supply Chain Management Logistics Inventory & Warehousing Administration MODULES Recruitment Management
Employee Management
Shift Management
Attendance Management
Leave Management
Payroll Management ADMINISTRATION 1. USER MANAGEMENT
•User profiling
•Information editing

2. ROLE MANAGEMENT
•Roles based on the company processes and hierarchy
•Each role has its own access and authentications

3. CONFIGURATION TOOLS
•Various configuration tools available to customize
the functionality of the System.

4. BACKUP/ SYSTEM RESTORE
•Schedules system backup facility.
•System restoration from previous backup. Inventory & Warehousing •Item tracking
•Stock Keeping Unit
•Logistics- In & out bound
•Critical reports
•Dashboard
•Packing Management
•Waste Management
Operational efficiency
Monitoring & Managing vehicles
Inter departmental communication
Rapid & complete response to customer requirements
Reduction in logistics operations costs Need for Logistics Logistics Performance Cycle Benefits of ERP in logistics Barcoding & ERP
Warehouse / Inventory Management
Consignment Tracking
Automated packet/parcel pick up and delivery
Shipping & Dispatch of consignments
Automated search in warehouse
Location management in hub Solutions: Benefits: Higher information availability
Reducing errors
Reducing wrong shipments
Increasing efficiency
Decreasing operational costs
Customer satisfaction Logistics Performance Cycle
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